Officials at Vt. school seek world languages class for sixth-graders

12/14/2009 | Bennington Banner (Vt.)

Education officials at a Vermont middle school are considering a plan to add a world languages course to the middle school curriculum. If the plan is approved, students in sixth grade would receive introductory lessons in a new language each quarter, with French and Spanish instruction being mandatory. Other language options would include a Pacific Rim language, including Chinese or Japanese, and another chosen by teachers' strengths and students' interests.

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